.....That is, "A Salted Mousse," or what we call it when Sarah makes the mousse slightly too salty. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Anyway, here is a laughably easy mousse. I learnt it by having the good sense to take a cooking class from Theya of "What the Hell Do I Cook!?!?" If you live in Denver, I advise you to do the same .
4 Eggs (these will be eaten raw but my food-scientist father-in-law says that's usually fine these days)
1 4-oz bar of 70% or darker chocolate (best you can get yr paws on)
splash of coffee if you want
THAT IS ALL.
Melt the chocolate bar in a double broiler - if need be you can set one up by putting some water in the bottom of a small saucepan and fitting a bowl/corningware/whatever on top of the saucepan, with the chocolate in it.
Separate the eggs. Beat the whites with a pinch (not too big or you'll have to make TERRIBLE PUNS to save face!) of salt until they form stiff peaks. Stir up the yolks and remove any weird bits.
When the chocolate is melted, add coffee and/or any spices you want, let it cool just a bit, and drizzle it SLOWLY into the yolks, stirring all the while - not too fast or you'll cook 'em!
Fold the whites, 1/3 at a time, into the chocolate, as gently as you can.
Divide into 4 ramekins or bowls or whatever, chill, top with whipped cream, and eat.